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Oh also, that specialized battery they sell, it doesn't have a very high capacity.
To get more than a single night from it, you have to turn off the humidifier on the CPAP. Without that feature I wake up several times a night from dry mouth, so it won't work for me.
With the humidifier on, I...
I am overweight, now.
But I have had sleep apnea since I was quite young, and quite skinny. The weight gain certainly hasn't helped, but even if I was my old skinny self, I would still snore very loudly, and would stop breathing multiple times per hour. (Last sleep evaluation 10 years ago was...
I need some suggestions for a portable power source to power my CPAP machine.
(It's a breathing machine because I have sleep apnea.)
I need something that is battery powered because I'll be camping in parks that don't allow generators to run at night, and obviously my CPAP runs at...
It took me about 45 minutes to get to Cabela's yesterday, so any location closer to the north side of the city, or Sherwood Park would be awesome.
EDIT: Sorry this was in reply to Jason's (digitaldelay's) post a couple above.
Oh one last thing I noticed from my first-hand research today - cots with the quick-setup style utilizing a scissor-type support system like this one:
Well, if you really like the benefit of stashing your bags and gear under the cot...
I've been thinking about the cot idea for a while and finally went to Cabela's this morning to check some out.
Unfortunately being Feb. their display/selection was somewhat limited, but they had about 5 different ones setup inside a couple different tents.
I liked the Alaskan guide model for...
I'm reconsidering going with a rack on my XJ, I had a cheapy Surco brand and it didn't have any wind deflector and it was flimsy.
I'm curious what you guys are running, and have been happy with?
I'd like a flat style one with a wind deflector on the front so it offers the least amount of drag...
I'm so happy Marc is using that idea of the tire storage behind the cab of the truck!
I have emailed back and forth occasionally over the last couple years and mentioned that I really wanted that storage setup! :wings:
I will eventually be purchasing a more capable vehicle to take both my family and our trailer accommodations, but for now the van is a great transport vehicle for us.
I also have 2 XJ's, a stocker and my lifted one on 33's.
It's just that neither is that comfortable for the whole family to...
Specifically a trailer with beds, a mini kitchen w/fridge + stove, a washroom etc. that wan't rattle apart on the average gravel road?
I've been looking for a while off and on for the past couple of years and really haven't come across much of anything that meets all of that criteria.
I edited my first post and added some additional details.
I have a Coleman 2-burner stove that would do the job for the most part, but we are driving approx. 3000 km over 4-5 days, so we want to make our stops as efficient as possible. And the Coleman stove requires a couple minutes of setup...
Hey everyone, just throwing out the question how do you heat up food while on the road?
My wife and I have 2 boys, 4 and 14 months and will be doing a cross-country trip with them this summer and we'd like to be able to heat up food occasionally for lunches.
I found this item by Koolatron and...
Well, the ideas behind my build are buried in this forum somewhere, and I do mostly use my trailer to take stuff to the dump, and bring large items back from Home Depot etc.
So, for my personal uses, I think it's a valid option, all cons of the unit being considered.
As for the need to mount an...